From Brockwood to Brixton

  Back in March Brixton Energy hosted students from the forward thinking Brockwood School in Hampshire at Elmore House, the first community energy project on social housing in London. Across 2 days 60 students were shown first-hand what community energy means, getting onto the roofs to see the panels and having one of the best … Continued

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Environmental Awareness Quiz Answers!

Did you take last week’s¬†Environmental Awareness quiz? Here are the answers – tell us how you did!   See answers here!    

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Generating a buzz

  On Saturday 6th May the Brixton Energy interns lined up at the Remakery on Lilford Road to solder, heat and glue their way to producing three 18V solar panels. Tunes were played whilst the panels took form and 4 hours later we were able to start charging batteries. The panels will be donated to … Continued

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Events

  • Sat
    01
    Nov
    2014
    1pm-3pmBanister House Community Hall, E9 6BH

    On Saturday 1st November Repowering London is hosting a free energy advice training session for the community energy groups we are working with as part of the peer mentoring project. The training session will teach you how to put on an energy advice session in your community, and will include training on energy switching, energy saving, understanding fuel poverty, draught proofing, general energy efficiency, understanding energy bills, and more.

    Spaces are limited so please email millie.darling@repowering.org.uk if you would like to be booked in for a place on this course.

  • Wed
    26
    Nov
    2014
    7pm-9pmRedmond Community Centre, London N4 2HF

    A lecture introduction to the range of renewable technologies out there, how they work, and the possibilities for these different technologies for London.

  • Sat
    06
    Dec
    2014
    2pm-5pmCamley Street Natural Park, London N1C 4PW

    LEAP is a cross-sector partnership developing micro anaerobic digestion to turn food waste into clean renewable energy and fertiliser. Come for a guided tour of the biogas project at Camley Street Natural Park. This will be our last event of the year so join us for a drink afterwards to reflect on a year of community energy, and what we hope to achieve together in the coming year.